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October 18, 2019

Current Attorney General and Candidate for Governor Andy Beshear visited Elizabethtown Wednesday night, giving a talk at Nolin RECC to a crowd of over eighty listeners. Beshear’s opponent, current Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, is scheduled to appear in Elizabethtown on October 25th.

Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen will soon be looking for a new director, as Linda Funk has announced her retirement from the position, in an effort to spend more time with family. Funk’s last day will be December 31st. Applications for the director position are available by contacting Warm Blessings.

The Glendale Crossing Festival will be taking place tomorrow on East Main Street in Glendale. The event will begin with a parade at 10 AM, featuring Grand Marshal Harry Berry, and a massive marketplace featuring 500-600 arts and crafts booths. Spokesperson Mike Bell says that thought the parade doesn’t start until ten, many people come out hours earlier to get antique shopping done.

The hours for trick-or-treating this year in Elizabethtown have been set. The event will take place on Halloween night from 5-8 PM. Be advised to dress for the weather, as temperatures may be colder as the day goes on.

Severns Valley Baptist Church is reminding those who may be struggling with various aspects of life, including addiction, anxiety, divorce, PTSD, and others. This Christ-based recovery system is held every Monday at Severns Valley, and comes at no cost to attendees. More information can be obtained by visiting svbc.cc.

The burn advisory that had been placed on Hardin County due to drought conditions has been lifted as a result of the amount of rainfall received in the last two weeks. Judge Executive Harry Berry had the announcement made yesterday afternoon. Chief of Emergency Services Bryce Shumate still suggests referring to the Kentucky Division of Forestry’s website in regards to outdoor burning.